Assistant Manager - Forensic Accounting

Crescendo Global Services
  • Mumbai
  • 4-8 lakh
  • 3-8 years
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  • 13 Mar 2018

  • Audit and Assurance

  • Banking - Retail
Job Description

An exciting opportunity in the dynamic field of Forensic Accounting for a master of Accounting and Auditing. This is an opportunity to be an Assistant Manager working on exciting Business Actuarial model development, pricing of policies and several other data analytics projects. LOCATION: MUMBAI YOUR FUTURE EMPLOYER: - A leading, global group with a strong foothold in specialty financial services serving millions of customers across the full spectrum. YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR: - Understanding the various components of the financial risk model and make suitable modifications to the same to reflect the true picture Analyzing the financial performance post recovery of loss to show the value that the risk evaluation model has generated. Take the design brief to record requirements and clients needs The quantification of risk and impact on the financials helps the clients to place the risk with our broking team To enable the team that has built a risk evaluation model which is used by clients for both pre-loss and post-loss scenarios. Will be responsible for helping the clients to estimate the claims for losses which are un-modelled THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE: - Proven 3-6 years experience in accounting, forensic accounting roles. Bachelors or Masters in Commerce field who is working towards Chartered Accountancy (CA). Should be aware of US GAAP accounting principles Strong Excel capabilities including pivot table, lookup, and VBA programming skills WHAT IS IN IT FOR YOU:- An opportunity to define, lead and coordinate the Designing functions of the company. Liaise extensively with stakeholders A meritocratic culture with clear/great career progression.


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Finance Excel Auditing Accounting Lookup Commerce US GAAP Loss Ca Accountancy

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